Monthly Archives: February 2007

Outsourcing Gone Wrong

Outsourcing Gone Wrong

February 26, 2007

Anyone who has been on the phone with Tech Support at any point in the last five years has surely noticed the trend of large companies to outsource their Technical Support Service to off shore firms. Of course being an IT Consultant I have often recommended outsourcing to clients in specific situations such as for […]

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360-degree Endless Pan/Tilt/Zoom Capability Security Camera

360-degree Endless Pan/Tilt/Zoom Capability Security Camera

February 14, 2007

You can spin this thing around and around and around. There really isn’t anything like this IP Security Camera! The SNC-RX550 has a high-speed 360° endless panning (or rotation) capability and a tilt range of 90°, which allows users to precisely capture almost any object surrounding the camera. Also, with its powerful 26x optical zoom […]

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A Tech Army At Your Command

A Tech Army At Your Command

February 9, 2007

Imagine you are working in the acquisitions department for one the world’s largest corporations. You are responsible for coordinating the purchase of multi-million dollar business at the rate of one to two a week. These acquisitions take place from coast to coast and with each one you face a mountain of details from legal to […]

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Spam is costing the business community $200 Billion per year!

Spam is costing the business community $200 Billion per year!

February 8, 2007

The Radicati Group, a market research firm in Palo Alto, California, predicts that by 2007, there will be 50 billion spam messages each day, costing companies almost $200 billion per year. This is simply astounding and unacceptable. It’s time to take control of spam. Enter Barracuda Spam Firewalls. The Barracuda Spam Firewall is an integrated […]

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John Beagle: Failed DOS Attack on Icann and US Defense Servers

John Beagle: Failed DOS Attack on Icann and US Defense Servers

February 7, 2007

John Beagle: Failed DOS Attack on Icann and US Defense Servers Last night a Denial of Service or DOS attack considered the most significant attack since 2002 on the computers that direct traffic on the internet, failed to result in any significant loss of service to internet users. DOS attacks attempt to overwhelm internet root […]

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Bill Gates to Steve Jobs: I’m a PC and you’re an Idiot!

Bill Gates to Steve Jobs: I’m a PC and you’re an Idiot!

February 6, 2007

Bill Gates doesn’t see any humor in Apple’s “Mac vs. PC” ads. Gates came up short calling Jobs an idiot directly, but in a recent interview we see his opinions expressed. Points Gates Expressed about the lunacy of Apple advertising strategy (from a recent Newsweek Interview): Point 1″.. over 90 percent of the (population) use […]

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Technical Services for Trade Shows and Conventions

Technical Services for Trade Shows and Conventions

February 2, 2007

Anyone who has exhibited at Trade Shows/ Conventions knows you can rent Computer and Audio Visual Equipment. But do they realize they can hire A+ Certified Technicians? ComputerServiceNow.com Technicians can install your equipment, network it all together, configure any PC or Audio Visual need and insure that it will all run seamlessly for your presentation. […]

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